Posts in the CSS3 category
19 March 2010 by
Text-shadow is a CSS3 property (actually, it was introduced a while ago but removed from CSS2.1) that I am seeing more and more on websites these days. It works quite nicely (if used in moderation) and provides a design enhancement for those browsers that support it (Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome). Instead of writing a tutorial, like I normally do with CSS3, I thought I’d share a few useful links that provide more information about text-shadow.
20 December 2009 by
There have been several articles recently that describe advanced CSS methods, usually part of the CSS3 specification (CSS3 Info), and how these push the boundaries of what we can do with CSS. There are some great examples.
18 August 2009 by
There's a good article called Taming Advanced CSS Selectors by Inayaili de León on the Smashing Magazine website.
30 July 2009 by
Jonathan Snook published an interesting blog post recently where he described text rotation with CSS.
13 July 2009 by
There’s a common newspaper and print layout method where the text of an article is arranged over several columns. This makes the article easer to read and looks quite nice visually. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do this with CSS? Well, in fact this is perfectly possible using the multi-column layout module that is part of the CSS3 specification. Whilst browser support for this is patchy, the module is now approaching candidate recommendation status, and the method can still be implemented using proprietary but well-supported CSS rule prefixes like
24 June 2009 by
Well, that was a slight surprise. I looked at the visitors statistics for this blog yesterday and discovered that more than 70% of you are not using Internet Explorer.
06 November 2008 by
For a Beautiful Web is a promo for Andy Clarke and his web design and development training courses [CSS included] and the blog has highlighted some new [in terms of usage] CSS techniques in two articles that I found really interesting.
28 June 2007 by
CSS3.info provides a wealth of information about CSS3 which is the next specification for cascading style sheets (CSS).
10 April 2007 by
Andy Budd has published slides from what looks like an interesting presentation on the status of CSS3.